A cam is an elliptical or tear-drop shaped form mounted to a rotating shaft. It is used to transfer rotating motion to linear motion. As the shaft rotates, the cam pushes on a rod that moves it back and forth as the rod follows the contour of the cam.
Call a locksmith he can make you one on the spot.
Did you check and see if the cowl (where the car gets the air in from the outside, near the windshield) is full of leaves, dirt, etc. The buildup can cause water to enter. At the bottom of the windshield under a plastic cover there is a rain defelctor shield. Check out the following website for pics and a detailed explanation of how to fix your problem. http://www.clubgp.com/newforum/tm.asp?m=2398123&p=1&tmode=1&smode=1&cookieCheck=795342611 hope this helps "G" ANOTHER POSSIBLE CAUSE: I had the same issue and I resealed the cover mentioned above but in my case it did'nt work. Last year I had my 2000 gtp repainted and when the body man removed my side mirrors to paint seperately he found that the piece behind the mirror on the passenger side had rusted completely away. He said when it rained water would get behind the mirror and run down between the door and door panel and settle in the footwell. Hopefully this won't be your problem because the fix can be pricey. Good luck 00gpgtp
The engine will not over cool, as the thermostat will close to maintain appropriate temperature. It may be over work the alternator, causing early failure.
Front-wheel-drive in most cases, All-wheel-drive in some cases, Rear-wheel-drive in very few cases.
AWD (e.g. Mitsu EVO, etc)
RWD (e.g. NSX, yes mid-engined, but still transverse)